The only combination vaccine that provides two-year duration of immunity for feline leukemia virus in addition to being effective against feline rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, and panleukopenia.
FELINE 1-HCP+FELV PROVIDES COMBINATION VIRUS PROTECTION FOR CATS
Nobivac® Feline 1-HCP+FeLV is a combination vaccine uniting the benefits of a modified live core vaccine with a killed FeLV vaccine in one vaccination.
- A quality core vaccine shown to be effective for vaccination of healthy cats 9 weeks of age or older against feline rhinotracheitis, calici, panleukopenia, and feline leukemia viruses, which provides a 2-year duration of immunity against feline leukemia virus.
- Nobivac® Feline 1-HCP has been shown to block the replication of canine parvovirus (CPV) in cats1
- Evidence shows that CPV-2a, CPV-2b, and CPV-2c isolates can replicate in cats, producing clinical signs of feline panleukopenia61-63
- The only feline leukemia vaccine labeled to prevent persistent viremia for 2 years after vaccination64
- Superior Efficacy demonstrated vs. multiple FeLV vaccines65,66
- The ONLY USDA-licensed 2-Year Duration of Immunity (DOI) FeLV vaccine (Ideal for adherence to AAFP guidelines)1,64,67
- The ONLY vaccine to demonstrate efficacy over the long-term in a co-mingling study mimicking real life conditions1
- The optimal choice for both indoor and outdoor cats of all ages and for all cats under 1 year of age
Shown to be effective for vaccination of healthy cats 9 weeks of age or older against feline rhinotracheitis, calici, panleukopenia, and feline leukemia viruses. Duration of Immunity against feline leukemia virus is at least 2 years. Also shown to be effective against persistent viremia in cats exposed to virulent leukemia virus.
EFFICACY & COMPARISONS
ONLY FeLV vaccine with a 2-year DOI.64
FeLV vaccine was shown to be effective against persistent viremia.1,69
FELINE 1-HCP+FELV IS A SAFE CHOICE
- 98.8% reaction-free in field safety studies
- 99.99% reaction-free in ongoing surveillance involving millions of doses1
- Study showed no signs of inflammation or adjuvant at Day 21 after subcutaneous vaccination1
- Two-year FeLV DOI means fewer vaccinations
ADMINISTRATION AND DOSAGE
- Subcutaneous or intramuscular injection
- Initial 1 mL dose administered at 9 weeks of age or older
- Second 1 mL dose administered 3 to 4 weeks later
- Revaccination every 2 years with 1 dose of Nobivac® Feline 1-HCP+FeLV is recommended
- Revaccination in the intervening years with Nobivac® Feline 1-HCP is recommended
- Available in a 25 x 1 mL dose presentation
ALSO AVAILABLE IN OTHER FORMULATIONS
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1. Data on file, Merck Animal Health.
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64. Jirjis FF, Davis T, Lane J, et al. Protection against feline leukemia virus challenge for at least 2 years after vaccination with an inactivated feline leukemia virus vaccine. Vet Ther. 2010;11(2):E1–E6.
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69. Pederson NC. lmmunogenicity and efficacy of a commercial feline leukemia vaccine. J Vet Intern Med. 1993;7(1):34-39.